11 Easy Trail Mix Recipes For Snacking While On The Go

11 Easy Trail Mix Recipes for Snacking While on the Go

Trail Mix is perfect for on-the-go snacking. It is lightweight, full of energy producing nutrients, and simple to make. Whether you are planning a weekend hike, training for a race, or just completing a crosstown commute, a DIY trail mix might be exactly the snack you need to keep your energy levels up.

Banana Raisin Trail Mix

Pack this light-weight snack on your next hike or camp out. The banana and raisins are the perfect sweet balance to the salty peanuts. Add more seeds, like sunflower or pepitas, for even more hunger-fighting nutrients.

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Coconut Curry Trail Mix

This coconut curry trail mix is a nice change from the usual. Shredded coconut, cinnamon pecan cereal, and a hint of curry powder give this trail mix its delightfully sweet and savory flavor.

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Crunchy Cereal Trail Mix

Crunchy, sweet and salty, this simple trail mix combines all your favorite flavors in a convenient mix. —EatingWell

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Dried Fruit Trail Mix

Papaya, pineapple, dates, and dark raisins add lots of sweetness to this mix. Just be sure to balance all that sugar with plenty of dry toasted nuts and pumpkin seeds for a healthy balance of sugar, fat, and protein.

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Gluten-Free Cookie Trail Mix

This is a perfect energy-boosting snack for on-the-go cookie fans, this recipe is easy to make and deliciously rewarding. — Cat Cora/Pillsbury

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Gone Fishin’ Trail Mix

Who doesn't love Goldfish crackers? This recipe combines three varieties, plus dry roasted peanuts and white chocolate. This trail mix is great entertainment for kids and adults alike.

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Pumpkin Seed and Dried Cherry Trail Mix with Dark Chocolate

Here's a trail mix for those with a sweet tooth; decadent dark chocolate is sure to give you the energy boost you need for a hard day in the backcountry, while the pumpkin seeds give an energizing crunch. — Will Budiaman

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Shreddies Trail Mix

Cinnamon and Post Shreddies Cereal are tossed together with dried fruit, nuts, and shredded coconut for this quick and easy trail mix. —

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Trail Mix Cookies

Featuring whole grains, fantastic healthful oils from the seeds and nuts, vitamins and antioxidants from the fruit, and of course loads of fiber, these cookies can be enjoyed on the hiking trail for a burst of energy or dunked in a glass of cold milk as a yummy treat. — Miraval Resort and Spa

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Trail Mix with Chocolate Chips

Chocolate may lower your risk of heart disease, so why not add some to your healthy trail mix recipe? Choose dark chocolate for the least calories and richest flavor.

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Trail Mix with Raw Almonds and Sunflower Seeds

This trail mix packed with plenty of healthful oils will help you recover from that long hike, strenuous run, or tiring swim in no time.

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